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My Tool Box on the back gets full of water & mud

Does anyone have or know of a way to get it to seal?

I purchased it NEW and it never had any type of seal on it.

Does anyone have a seal on there factory tool box on there 2004 Foreman? If not How do I get one or how did you seal yours up?

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just dont keep anything you dont want to get wet back there, people around here use the rack bags or the gas tank bags. also i used to get a zip lock back to put stuff in but i still dont keep all the water out but helps some.
-Aaron
 

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Ammo Cans

You could go to a Military Surplus store and pick up some old ammo cans, paint them and mount them to the rear racks. The cans should be waterproof, you would just need to seal around any holes you drill to mount em. I am preparing to do this to mine.
 

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I picked up some foam weather stipping, like what you might use around doors i tried it on the secure part and so far works pretty good im gonna try it on the lid part next and see if any better. its not 100% but makes it pretty snug so it makes it alot harder for water to get in. So far its done the job for me
 

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Mine was keeping water in it. I walked around my bike before i went to the hunting stand and I saw a big ice (dont know how to spell it.. pointything of ice?) hanging from the box
 

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its called an icecycle lol
 

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QUOTE ("mudlover":3s0ljabj)
I HAD the same problem with mine ,so I took it out and mounted a rear winch in it's place. More useful.
thats a good idea got any pics?
 
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